Tag: Dance

Not Crying in the Park

Angela Goh & Su Yu Hsin

By Jacqui Shelton — 7 August, 2020

This piece is the fourth in a five-part series of responses for BLEED—an online biennial festival from Arts House and Campbelltown Arts Centre. This article was written in response to Angela Goh and Su Yu Hsin’s ‘Paeonia Drive‘ (2020), which you can view here.    Walking my dog in the city council-maintained garden, I notice the…

Rinse

Amrita Hepi

By Jazz Money — 17 April, 2020

This piece is one of two articles commissioned in response to the 2020 Keir Choreographic Award, a national biennial award dedicated to innovative, experimental and cross-artform practices in contemporary dance. Both authors attended Claudia La Rocco’s writing workshop, where they were asked to consider how language lives in time and space—on the stage, the page,…

A Review in Five Parts:

Keir Choreographic Award

By Alexandra McCallum — 17 April, 2020

This piece is one of two articles commissioned in response to the 2020 Keir Choreographic Award, a national biennial award dedicated to innovative, experimental and cross-artform practices in contemporary dance. Both authors attended Claudia La Rocco’s writing workshop, where they were asked to consider how language lives in time and space—on the stage, the page,…

The Ropes

Amrita Hepi x Adrian Piper &

the YIRRAN MIIGAYDHU WEAVERS

By Dr. Jessica Olivieri — 20 February, 2019

Megan Monte and Josephine Skinner mark one year at the helm of Cement Fondu with The Ropes, an exhibition that brings together the work of First Nations artist/choreographer/performer Amrita Hepi and American conceptual artist/philosopher Adrian Piper. Alongside The Ropes is an exhibition of contemporary woven sculpture by the Yirran Miigaydhu Weavers. Placing these three practices…

One Infinity

PLAYKING PRODUCTIONS, DANCENORTH,

JUN TIAN FANG & BEIJING DANCE THEATRE

By Amelia Zhou — 13 February, 2019

It’s easy to forget how to listen. To listen deeply, that is. I’m reminded of this at One Infinity, a collaborative performance by Playking Productions, Jun Tian Fang, Beijing Dance Theatre and Dancenorth. I’m reminded of attentiveness, or how to listen in order to feel—to be swept up inside the layers of a live moment….

Corponomy

Eisa Jocson

Liveworks 2017

By Naomi Riddle — 27 October, 2017

At the start of the premiere of her performance lecture Corponomy, Eisa Jocson stands with her back to the audience. She is facing a screen, onto which is projected a blank document and the familiar icons of the Mac desktop. Jocson is backlit so her body fills the screen, and her shadow, magnified and imposing,…